Debates In Development Thru Visualization And Affirmation

Caroline Todd

Debates In Development Thru Visualization And Affirmation

When you are involved in an argument what would you do?

Probably most people would say that they want to knock the person out, rather than talking and fixing it in a positive way. For this reason, we’re going to talk about how to prepare you to you to construct while evaluating your problems closely. Firstly, you need to understand that arguments can also produce positive results. In some cases, one person may argue and will not back down until he or she has proven right. Often, there are underdeveloped issues that have led to this problem. 

Through interlinked notions or ideas that support some belief, people will argue their point to someone else while standing firm with their beliefs. Some people invoke fights because both parties are underdeveloped. Neither party has reached the maturity level of self-development. For this reason, an argument will bring out and sometimes end up into a brawl. To avoid brawling one can develop his or her ability to give positive arguments that produce good results. 

Now, we’re going to talk about how to argue effectively, we are going to give an example situation and remember to use your mind in solving the problem. This exercise will help to build your critical thinking skills. The first thing you need to do is find the relevant of the problem, clarify it by using affirmations. Then, you must create a list of effects that is relating to the problem. You may refer to the list below:

Must finish articles for client           

Must finish my homework by tomorrow 

Must prepare to visit my attorney tomorrow          


Cause: 

  • The problem is obviously expectations that I must meet.

List of effects: 

  • Miss work sometimes 
  • Stress from school and lack of participation from my peers 
  • Stress over visiting a lawyer

Now, list some of both positive and negative effects that link to the solution. 

  1. Negative Effects - Too many articles for one person to write in a day – I can finish most tonight and have the others done in the morning. Positive 
  2. It takes a few minutes to finish my homework. – It is discouraging that I have to do my homework with my peer’s involvement since the subject is a team assignment. 
  3. Expensive – possibly productive 

Continue to create both negative and positive list until you end up with the best fit solution to solve your problem. Our problems differ from one another. Use your time to figure out the best solution for your problems rather than wasting time on talking about the problems of others. Once you find the best potential answer to solve your issues, write up a final assessment to see what you come up with. Each time you follow this structure you can resolve mental arguments effectively. By using visualization and affirmation, you can reach for higher grounds of development. The mind should be encouraged to stay focused while you assess your problems. Always write your problems down, so you do not leave anything out. You may miss a good point that could help you solve arguments. 

If you find yourself arguing with others often, use this tactic to resolve the issues, rather than both of you becoming emotionally upset, you can end the argument smoothly. Take some time to visit the Internet as well, so that you can discover other ways to provoke mental pictures in your mind to help you create affirmations that enable you to make better choices. Steady evaluate as you think through problems, rather than letting others get to your emotions. Remember, when emotions feel threatened, no one gets anything accomplished, especially when one acts on their emotions without much forethought.

 

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